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- America's Career Information Network(www.acinet.org) Source of employment information for job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals.
- Americorps(www.americorps.gov/) Offers 75,000 opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds to serve through a network of partnerships with local national nonprofit groups.
- Back-2-Work(www.back-2-work.com) Donates a free one hour workshop called "Maximizing the Effectiveness of the Job Search Process" to job clubs and transition group around the Twin Cities.
- CareerOneStop(www.careeronestop.org) Is a U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored Web site that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy.
- Career Solutions(www.careersolutionsinc.org) Services include specialized career counseling and job transition services for those seeking to re-enter the workforce due to divorce, separation, escape from family violence, spousal abandonment or the death of a husband, wife or life partner.
- Career Transitions for Women(www.careersforwomen.org) Helps career women in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area achieve work and life satisfaction through career planning, positioning and coaching.
- Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio (CLUES)(www.clues.org) Provides a range of behavior health and human services - including employment services to the Latino Community.
- Daily Work, A Ministry of ELCA(daily-work.org) Steve Grove, Executive Director - Assists people in finding and maintaining living wage employment.
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- Department of Employment and Economic Development, For Job Seekers(www.positivelyminnesota.com) Creative job search separate website is going away and all job seeking content is built into one place.
- Department of Employment and Economic Development, Dislocated Worker Program(www.positivelyminnesota.com) Minnesota's Dislocated Worker Program provides quality services to employers and employees alike across all 87 Minnesota counties.
- Department of Employment and Economic Development, Older Workers(www.positivelyminnesota.com/JobSeekers) The Senior Community Service Employment Program provides part-time community service assignments for people 55 years of age or old -er who have earnings of less than 125 percent of the federal poverty income guidelines.
- Department of Employment and Economic Development, People with Disabilities (www.positivelyminnesota.com/JobSeekers/People_with_Disabilities/index.aspxIf you have a disability, our Vocational Rehabilitation Services unit can help you prepare for, find and keep a job, and live as independently as possible.
- Department of Employment and Economic Development, Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired (www.positivelyminnesota.com/JobSeekers/Blind_or_Visually_Impaired/index.aspxAt State Services for the Blind, or SSB as we are widely known, we help people who are blind, visually impaired, or DeafBlind to live and work as independently as possible.
- Department of Employment and Economic Development, Veterans Employment Services(www.positivelyminnesota.com/JobSeekers/Veterans/index.aspx)We provide specialized staff and employment services to help all Minnesota military veterans – including those in the National Guard and Reserves – prepare for, find, and keep a job, no matter their era of service.
- Disability.gov (www.disability.gov/state/minnesota/employment) Find employment resources for Minnesota disabled unemployed.
- East Metro Recovery (www.eastmetrorecovery.org) A joint effort of the Ramsey, Dakota and Washington county governments. Provides information about how funds made available under the recovery act are being used in the East Metro region to create and retain jobs.
- Goodwill - Easter Seals Minnesota (www.goodwilleasterseals.org) Provides assistance to people in achieving their goal for employment, education and independence.
- Green Jobs Ready(www.greenjobsready.com) Portal offering the latest news views and resources on green job training programs in the Renewable Energy World.
- ISEEK (www.iseek.org) ISEEK is Minnesota's comprehensive career, education, and job resource.
- JOBS NOW Coalition (www.jobsnowcoalition.org) Provides regularly updated information on the number of job vacancies for occupations in each Minnesota region, as well as the median wages offered for job vacancies in each occupation.
- Lifetrack Resources (www.lifetrackresources.org) This organization provides assistance in Early Childhood & Family Services, Employment & Business Services, and Child & Adult Therapies.
- Metro Area Job Transition Groups(brucehanson.efoliomn.com/HelpingOthers1) Job Transition groups host guest speakers and offer group discussions on topics related to job search, an opportunity to network for job leads and the chance to gain support from other job seekers.
- The Minnesota Association of Centers for Independent Living (www.macil.org) Helps people with disabilities look at all the possibilities and challenges to returning to work.
- Minnesota Business Leadership Network (www.mnbln.org) Access To Employment (ATE) serves adults with a diagnosed disability or other barriers to successful employment. ATE offers a full range of services that allow businesses to remain productive by matching employers with qualified candidates.
- Minnesota Careers (www.mncareers.org) Career Decision Interest Assessment, Job Trends, Marketable Skills, Nontraditional Employment, Work-based Learning, Lifelong Journey.
- Minnesota Center System, Job Seeker Services(www.mnwfc.org/jobseekers.htm) MN DEED Jobseeker Resources.
- Minnesota Community Action Partnership (MinnCAP) (minncap.org) Uses local, state, private and federal resources to assist low income individuals and families to acquire useful skills and knowledge, gain access to new opportunities and achieve economic self-sufficiency.
- MinnesotaJobs.com (www.minnesotajobs.com/cgi-bin/jscal.cgi) Job Fair Calendar
- National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) (www.nase.org/Home.aspx) Leading resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, bringing a broad range of benefits to help entrepreneurs succeed and to drive the continued growth of this vital segment of the American economy.
- Resource Employment Action Center (www.eac-mn.org) Provides a range of employment services, family services, veteran's services, and business services.
- Rural Minnesota Concentrated Employment Program(www.rmcep.com) Prepares people for work and strengthens the workforce in Northwestern Minnesota.
- SHiFT(www.shiftonline.org/Programs.aspx) Developed in collaboration with the state of Minnesota, supports people who want to gain hands-on work experience in a new career field. Think of it as internships for those 50 years of age or older.
- Southeastern Minnesota Center for Independent Living, Inc. (www.semcil.org) Trained to talk to people with disabilities about returning to work. Contact us on our website or phone us at 1-866-333-2466.
- State of Minnesota, Minnesota Government Careers (www.positivelyminnesota.com) Offering career opportunities in more than 100 agencies across Minnesota.
- UCubed (U3)(www.unionofunemployed.com) Help you and 31 million other unemployed Americans organize, work together and get back to work. Form a cube, and multiply your political and economic power.
- Unemployment Lifeline (www.unemploymentlifeline.com/forum) Talk to other people in similar situations, share your thoughts and follow breaking news on unemployment and the economy.
- U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training, Office of Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services (OATELS)(www.doleta.gov) A source of apprenticeship information from employers, unions, and regional and state agencies. Users can find information on benefits, eligibility and requirements, and apprenticeship programs and opportunities. Information for employers that explains what apprenticeship programs arehow they may be established.
- U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training, Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) (www.doleta.gov/seniors) Provides information on the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) which serves persons with low incomes who are 55 years old or over. Program participants work at community and government agencies and are paid the Federal or State minimum wage, whichever is higher. They may also receive training, and can use their participation as a bridge to other employment positions.
- Visual CV (www.visualcv.com) Online resume building site.
- WomenVenture (www.womenventure.org)Provides support to start and grow a business, find a new job, and develop a career path.
- Workforce Development, Inc. (WDI) (www.workforcedevelopmentinc.org) Nonprofit with long history of serving the needs of job seekers and employers in Southeast Minnesota.